English words and Examples of Usage

use "stark" in a sentence

The divisions were on stark display during Tuesday's night debate.

The difference is most stark for males between 15 and 24 years old.

Stark was arraigned late Friday night and taken to the Western Regional Jail.

He's like a real world Tony Stark, minus the flying Iron Man suit and weapons.

We cannot, ladies and gentlemen, avoid the stark reality of jihadist terrorism.

Stark was so much at ease that he even asked Kunis to be his date to a wedding.

There was a stark contrast to how they felt about each government program.

Recognition of the slightly altered objects requires the hippocampus, Stark said.

Stark captained Germany's under-19 side to the European championship title in 2014.

All of which stands in stark contrast to Hillary's last presidential campaign.

That world is a stark contrast to the dry and bitter cold planet we know it as today.

The difference between viewers and nonviewers of Trump's show is stark and revealing.

The rest of Congress isn't exactly poor by national standards, but the divide is stark.

"On virtually every other issue, however, he stands in stark opposition to most Americans.

The dashcam video seems to exemplify the stark contrast in the accounts told by each side.

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